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The Winter Soldier Scene That Scarlett Johansson Suggested Be Cut From the Film

We’re betting there’s more than one deleted scene from Winter Soldier, five minutes of them, in fact. But according to the co-directors of the film, one Black Widow-heavy scene was cut on the suggestion of Scarlett Johansson herself.

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Megan Fox Talks TMNT, April O’Neil, and Sailor Moon

Why did Megan Fox join the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie without hesitation? For the love of turtles.

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So… What the Heck is Gonna be Winter Soldier‘s Effect on Tonight’s SHIELD?

This post will contain spoilers for Captain America: The Winter Soldier. So will tomorrow’s Agents of SHIELD recap. So will every Agents of SHIELD recap from now on, probably, so I’ll just get into the post before somebody starts yelling at me.

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Constantine and Preacher TV Writers Talk Sticking to the Source Material, Hair Color

There’s also a bit of casting news for the CW’s iZombie, but I know what you’re here for: Finding out whether NBC’s version of John Constantine will be a blonde chain smoker. Your answer lies behind the cut.

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Angry Birds Decides it Wants Some of My Little Pony‘s Cake

Rovio, parent company of Angry Birds, the video game-and-everything-else franchise featuring suicidal birds destroying the homes of kidnapper pigs (sometimes in space, as Star Wars characters), has rolled out its newest branch of the feathered family, Stella. Featuring a “feisty” lady lead and her “passionate pals,” could this be the game maker taking a step back from “boy toy market” oriented fare? There’s isn’t too much we know about Angry Birds Stella yet, but what it says to me so far is “we want to market to girls without actually saying ‘girls’,” and that’s pretty interesting.

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An Olympic Update: The Great, The Gross, and the Weird

Well, the Winter Olympics have been in full swing for five days (or is it four? five with the time zone difference? six? somebody ask a Time Lord to sort this out for us) and it’s about time somebody over there did something impressive, or awkward, or threw some serious shade on their own television network.

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Which Is Funnier, The Thor Honest Trailer Or The Dark World Blooper Reel?

Your call. Check out the bloopers down this way…

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The Fault in Our Stars Gets a Trailer

This adaptation of John Green‘s The Fault in Our Stars gives us a love story movie with something rare in Hollywood: a lead character with a visible disability. To say nothing of a female lead, or a female teenage lead. And though the trailer doesn’t explicitly get into it, Gus walks on a prosthesis after losing his leg to osteosarcoma.

So, Tumblr, how are your feels?

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A Comprehensive Guide to All the Classic Doctor Who on Netflix

For a while now, Netflix has been streaming many adventures from the original “classic” Doctor Who program, which ran for twenty-six seasons from 1963 to 1989. Folks who’ve enjoyed the modern Doctor Who program have sometimes tried to jump into the classic show via the Netflix online selection. But unfortunately, this has led to some confusion. For instance, the original story “An Unearthly Child” is not available on Netflix streaming and some of the stories it includes are part of larger arcs. This has led to me getting several e-mails asking for help, so I figured it would be a good idea to make a simple guide.

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Those Conical Princess Hats? Borrowed Fashion From Mongol Warrior Women

You know, the ones that you made out of construction paper, tape, and a bit of whatever was left over from the trip to the fabric store for the princes party you were invited to when you were seven.

The ones inspired by one brought back to Europe by Marco Polo, who’d borrowed it from a Mongol queen. Since Mongol dress was more or less gender neutral, the very vertical hats (sometimes five to seven feet) helped differentiate the male and female silhouette from a distance. But I don’t want to give it all away; you can read more at Medieval POC.

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